It seems the Home and Away character of Sam Frost has a hunky new interest in dating.
The 31-year-old actress was spotted shooting scenes for the hit show with new co-star Luke Arnold at Sydney’s Palm Beach on Tuesday.
Sam looks like the perfect beach girl, sharing a steamy kiss on the sand as she and Luke, 36.
The former Bachelorette star showed off her slim figure in a red printed playsuit that was matched with a white jacket of corduroy and sneakers.
Sam, who plays Jasmine Delaney on the long-running soap, was wearing her long blonde hair out and in loose waves over her shoulders.
Her beauty was lined with rich shades, lipstick coats, mascara lashings.
Newcomer Luke, too, was casually clad in black trousers, a T-shirt, and a loose denim top.
The couple shot beachside scenes and shared a smooch next to the sea.
Recently Luke just quit the soap. He had previously played Michael Hutchence in the INXS Never Break Us Away from Seven.
On the long-running soap, Sam plays Jasmine Delaney. After appearing on the breakfast radio and many reality television shows she landed the part.
Channel Seven revealed in July 2017 that Sam will join as a regular cast member in Home and Away.
She was probably better known at the time for her 2015 appearance on The Bachelorette.
In the meantime, Sam is scheduled to strip off this Sunday night for Seven’s The All-New Monty: Guys and Gals.
Sam had fought back tears in a recent trailer for the show when she revealed she is struggling to be safe in her skin.
‘It’s very hard,’ she added, welling up.
‘It’s all over the television when I’m losing or adding weight, but this is for a better reason,’ she says of the charity burlesque show.
‘Does it strip off on TV right as well? That’s going to remedy that,’ she laughed.
She finally revealed she had struggled her whole life with body confidence.
‘I’d like to think I’m more relaxed with my body, but the fact is body confidence is something I’ve been dealing with all my life,’ she told The Daily Telegraph Monday.
‘That is not something I want to be.
‘I’m working to make my skin more secure and I’m just working hard to drive the insecurities aside,’ she said.